The Hitch-Ezy is expensive but it is
also a highly engineered product.
The fully articulating Hitch-Ezy is at the
highest end of high-end caravan couplings.
Yes, it is expensive, but it is also a seamless,
precisely engineered piece of equipment that
makes hitching up a complete breeze.
It has undergone a series of improvements
over the years and is completely ‘hands free’
Sometimes, due to various obstacles such as
a fence, tree or other camper’s vehicle, it is
necessary to approach the towbar at an angle
to hitch up. In some situations and for some
couplings, the required angle makes hitching
impossible. Not so with the Hitch-Ezy; in fact,
this unit is all about trouble-free hitching
regardless of the angle of approach.
Its one-piece body is made from aircraft alloy,
with internal bushes that require no
lubrication. Its rotating lid defaults to the
‘open’ position when not engaged on the tow
pillar, and will automatically rotate to the
locked position when it is lowered into place.
The primary and secondary locking functions,
required by the Australian Design Rules, both
The Hitch-Ezy is available with a 3.5-tonne
rating, as well as a five-tonne rating.
The 3.5-tonne Hitch-Ezy, which is 120mm at
its highest point, has recently undergone
some changes. Most notably, the secondary
locking mechanism previously involved a
button on the top; however, this button has
been moved to the back, to the same position
as with the five-tonne Hitch-Ezy.